"Anyone experiencing ongoing health issues knows that life can be turned upside down..."
If you or a family member have a new or on-going illness, you may be feeling scared, overwhelmed, confused, sad, and angry. It can feel as if the world that you knew is now changed forever.
You may be asking:
Is it normal to feel this way?
How can I deal with these emotions?
How do I talk to friends and family about this?
Will I be able to make positive changes in my life?
How will I manage the physical symptoms such as pain, fatigue and insomnia?
Given everything going on in your life it is understandable that you are feeling this way. Having support and good coping skills can help improve your sense of well-being and regain a sense of control so that you can experience a more fulfilling and meaningful life.
The therapists of Integrative Health and Healing are dedicated to helping you regain your balance. We have extensive experience working with those with medical conditions and their families. We utilize evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapies to help you learn the skills to manage your symptoms. Whether you're looking for extra support and guidance during difficult times or you're interested in learning skills and techniques to reduce stress and improve your quality of life, Integrative Health and Healing can help you to achieve your goals.
Call us today to schedule an appointment!
Amy Robinson Ikelheimer, PhD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Amy Robinson Ikelheimer received her Bachelor of Science at the University of Wisconsin and her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Mississippi.